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Watch Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta’s Last E! News Interview

In a 2018 interview with E! News, Grease co-stars Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta reflected back on the “magical” time filming the movie musical. Watch the duo’s trip down memory lane.

Olivia Newton-John & John Travolta’s LAST E! Interview

For John Travolta, Grease will will have a special invest his heart.

In the end, the movie musical was what sparked his decades-long friendship with Olivia Newton-John, he told E! News in 2018 while attending a celebration for the 40th anniversary of Greasealong with his co-star. When asked about his favorite memory from the making of the 1978 film, the actor said “beyond the shadow of any doubt” that it had been meeting Newton-John.

“I must say exactly the same,” Newton-John said at that time,explaining that Travolta was the main one who “talked me into”taking the role of Sandy Olsson to his Danny Zuko. “That has been a magical, magical day.”

And even though both each starred in a large number of projects since that fateful meeting, they still found amount of time in their busy schedules to meet up with one another through the years. As Travolta noted, they often times saw each other “2-3 times per year.”

“A lot more than that,” he added, “it’s texting and emails.”

Almost four years from then on interview, Newton-John passed on on Aug. 8 at age 73. In a statement posted to her social media marketing accounts, the actress’ husband,John Easterling, shared that she died at her Southern California ranch while surrounded by family and friends.

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“Olivia is a symbol of triumphs and expect over 30 years sharing her journey with breast cancer,” he wrote. “Her healing inspiration and pioneering experience with plant medicine continues with the Olivia Newton-John Foundation Fund, focused on researching plant medicine and cancer.”

In the wake of Newton-John’s death, Travolta, 68,penned a heartfelt tributeto his “dearest” friend and shared how she “made our lives so far better.”

“Your impact was incredible. I really like you so much,” he wrote within anInstagram postaddressed to the late star. “We will have you later on and we’ll all be together again. Yours from the initial moment I saw you and forever!”

He added in his signoff, “Your Danny, your John!”

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